‘Celebrity Big Brother’ starts a new round in August. While it went to the fairytale forest for the celebrities in 2020, it is now going to be galactic.
From August 6th, ‘Promi Big Brother’ will be broadcast live on Sat. It has now been announced which adventure the candidates can look forward to in the TV container. ‘This year the celebrities are embarking on a journey that no other celebrity has embarked on before them: It’s going into space,’ it said in a broadcast on Thursday (July 15). The opening show should then show in which world the celebrities will end up.
This year, the show is said to have a lot to offer again and to heat viewers with more prime-time shows than ever before. A total of 44 live shows are planned. For three weeks, Marlene Lufen (50) and Jochen Schropp (42) guide through the show.
The new residents have not yet been officially introduced by Sat.1. The ‘Bild’ newspaper has speculated in the past few weeks who could move into the TV house. Among other things, the names of ‘Bachelorette’ candidate Philipp Stehler (33), ‘Goodbye Germany’ star René Zierl, antique dealer Paco Steinbeck (46) and Ballermann star Melanie Müller (33) were mentioned. Ex-sports reporter Werner Hansch (82) emerged victorious in 2020.